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What do you want from life?

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    Ambition

    Please, please, please don't say world peace - I mean, it's all very well that you want it, but can't you be just a bit more imaginative? Expressionless

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    Chadk

    A good life.

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    leighsword

    I want the Answers, becuase there are so many questions in my life, and your question is one of those questions.

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    leighsword

    Not long ago, I think my Answer is Eating, but now the Answer would be Money.

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    AngryChucker

    No more trolling threads.

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    UlsterFry

    A money back guarantee

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    jsampsonPC

    Children, Success, and A Message that the world will remember long after I'm gone Smiley I want to be seen as an example of somebody who was passionate about what they believed, and how they proceeded through life.


    ...easier said than done Smiley

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    Unoriginal​Guy

    Enough money to keep me "comfortable" (no more, but wouldn't complain Wink), perhaps a kid some day down the road... A "good women" (whatever the heck that means) ... And a fun/challenging job.

    It sounds so little, but in reality it is unlikely to happen (or more likely not all at the same time).

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    Cybermagell​an

    leighsword wrote:
    Not long ago, I think my Answer is Eating, but now the Answer would be Money.


    See and all this time I thought it was legitimate software...

    silly me

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    Sven Groot

    Somehow, this struck me as funny:
    W3bbo wants nothing from life?

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    shreyasonli​ne

    What I want from life ? ... I want 100 years of it !

    Shreyas Zare

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    armbrat

    happiness, and the money to do whatever I want

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    ScanIAm

    UnoriginalGuy wrote:
    <snip>..."good women" (whatever the heck that means)...<snip>


    sorry to take this out of context, but this would be polygamy Smiley

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    Angus

    I think that if someone has made the most of their life, i.e. done as much as they can that benefits them and society they have lived a good life.

    Angus Higgins

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    JohnAskew

    A guarantee that my son won't be pulled into an army and killed in the Middle East.

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    Cybermagell​an

    JohnAskew wrote:
    A guarantee that my son won't be pulled into an army and killed in the Middle East.


    A gaurantee that JohnAskew's son will volunteer for the Army and live to retire from it...like lots of other people...

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    JohnAskew

    Cybermagellan wrote:
    
    JohnAskew wrote: A guarantee that my son won't be pulled into an army and killed in the Middle East.


    A gaurantee that JohnAskew's son will volunteer for the Army and live to retire from it...like lots of other people...


    Hey, I'd go for a mandatory 2-year stint for every U.S. Citizen, either in the military or in public office or street sweeping, etc. We all need to "get out" more, to see what we have in relation to those who have not. So I am on the same page as you, just in the margins.

    I don't want a draft to suck him in.

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    Harlequin

    Wipe the word 'no' from the wifes brain.

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